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  • ChrisK
    replied to 14 Exams feedback
    Hi Itay,

    Many congratulations on completing the full set. Not many people would then share their experiences like you have above, so thank you!...
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  • ChrisK
    replied to Pressure Conversion Factors
    Thank you for spotting this one! Instruments is undergoing a re-write to the latest LO's, and this error has been corrected. Sadly, the answer is that you do need to remember the factors.

    EASA LO 022 01 01 00 says:

    List the following units used for pressure:
    - Pascal...
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  • ChrisK
    replied to Site down?
    Just seen your posts from last night folks. All seems to be working okay this morning though....
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  • The reduction in control surface efficiency is because the trim tab moves in the opposite direction to the control surface. So it is creating airflow against the desired control action. However in doing so it reduces the feedback forces felt by the pilot, reducing the control load....
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  • Bally, I take that (along with 'time' ahead of it in the same bullet) to be an elapsed, rather than an actual, time.
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  • ChrisK
    replied to AGK and INS
    Thanks Fouga.
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  • ChrisK
    replied to AGK and INS
    Tubbytat,

    That is Q ID 210308. Which is, btw, a 'genuine' question for which the correct answer is 'Air intakes on the underside of the wing', though the question asked about tank venting, not pressurising. Both Boeing and Airbus use under wing air scoops to 'vent' the tanks, in other words...
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  • ChrisK
    replied to AGK and INS
    Hi Fouga,

    How certain are you of the question and answer wording? If you are accurate then there are probably grounds for an appeal against that question. I am researching various methods of pressurising fuel tanks with which to challenge this question, as I firmly believe that there are...
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  • Hi Stef,

    I teach that course here. I am looking at that lesson right now, and I am seeing 115 x 1.73 = 200 V. Can you confirm which course and which page of the lesson you are on? Just in case we have a misprint on one version.
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  • ChrisK
    replied to AGK and INS
    Dodgy question Fouga! I would have gone with pneumatic too, as bleed air can be used to pressurise fuel tanks. BUT - on smaller aircraft and helicopters ram air is often used, with dedicated scoop rams under the aircraft.
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